Fender David Gilmour Custom Guitar

Fender David Gilmour Custom Guitar is a guitar that you are looking for? We are a professional custom shop and we can make you all kinds guitars according to your demands. This guitar is still available in our custom shop and we are very glad to make it for you.The price is lower than other shop.

David Gilmour Black Strat is one of the most coveted instruments in the history of Rock and Roll. The guitar is responsible amazing tones heard on a number of classic Pink Floyd albums such as Dark Side of the Moon and animals, as well as an increase in sales of blacklight posters and increased interest in the Wizard of Oz.

This Stratocaster opportunity was created by the Fender Custom Shop in 2010, they worked together with Gilmour and his guitar tech Phil Taylor recreate replicas of the instrument Gilmour played his entire career. The finish is a black over 3-tone sunburst, which looks very cool in some places around the edges of the body where you can see red as black. Features include a contoured comfort select alder body, one piece 1983 Thin-shoulders “C” 0.790 “to 0.870” neck with a dark finish thin nitrocellulose tint, 7.25 “radius fretboard and 21 vintage-style frets, 1 January fold beveled black acrylic pickguard and American vintage synchronized tremolo with a beveled custom tremolo block and custom tremolo arm shortened.

The electronics on this david gilmour guitar dealers┬áStrat is what really makes this unique guitar. The neck pickup is a custom wound 50 Fat ‘Strat single coil, the medium is a single coil Strat pickup personalized wounds, and the bridge is a Seymour Duncan SSL-5 single coil Strat pickup. The pickup selector is a 5-way, and between the volume knob and tone is a little notch that adds the neck pickup in the 1, 2 and 3 switch positions. This sets the tone for a unique sound that adds some mediums, it’s great for solos or color your sound a bit.It is in excellent condition with what looks like little or no playing time on it, everything seems original to wear the fa Whose instrument was when he left the Custom Shop.

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